Nikon’s D850, which replaces the popular D810, brings a lot of the technologies from the D5 to a ‘full frame’ camera for serious enthusiasts and imaging professionals.
With a resolution of 45.7 megapixels and an Australian RRP of $5,200 (body only), the D850 is aimed squarely at Nikon-using professional photographers looking for medium format level resolution. Doubtless there will also be a few well-heeled landscape shooters taking a closer look too…
Canon’s new flagship DSLR features a new 20.2-megapixel sensor and Dual DIGIC 6+ processors plus improved autofocusing, metering and video recording capabilities.
An update to our First Look report on Canon’s latest DSLR for professional and serious enthusiast photographers with Imatest results and image samples.
Canon’s latest pro-sumer camera provides a wealth of professional features and offers 30.4 megapixel resolution plus 4096 x 2160 pixel (DCI 4K standard) movie recording.
The new flagship model in Nikon’s DX camera line-up provides most of the functions of the pro D5 camera in a smaller, lighter and more affordable body.
Nikon’s flagship professional DSLR introduces 4K/UHD video recording and a touch-screen LCD monitor and has dual slots for XQD or CompactFlash cards.
Canon’s latest ‘full-frame’ DSLR features a CMOS sensor with 50.6-megapixel effective resolution and a low-pass cancellation filter.
A small but significant upgrade to Nikon’s 36-megapixel D800 and D800E cameras.
Sony’s new flagship brings Translucent Mirror Technology to a ‘full frame’ camera, along with a new 24.3 MP sensor, hybrid autofocusing and Full HD movie recording.